Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings Plc LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00BG5KQW09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.29% 338.00 1,092,311 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
336.00 339.00 366.00 332.00 340.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 6.33 -11.89 -0.98 520
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:36 O 1,295 338.017 GBX

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Ceres Power Daily Update: Ceres Power Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWR. The last closing price for Ceres Power was 339p.
Ceres Power Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 238p and a 12 week average price of 206p.
The 1 year high share price is 366p while the 1 year low share price is currently 124.98p.
There are currently 153,949,521 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 681,159 shares. The market capitalisation of Ceres Power Holdings Plc is £520,349,380.98.
rajraj b: I stumbled across this share last Thursday after reading about some alternative energy companies and have been dipping in and out since then. Must admit have been very surprised with the uplift in share price since I got in ( profit of about £1600) Any idea why it has been moving so much in the last week?
pierre oreilly: Well great, if in the future there's lots of cheap pure hydrogen around, then cwr's big engineering partners will churn out millions of fuel cells to use it, paying cwr a fee for each one. If our gas distribution network has 50pc hydrogen pumped into it, then those partners will churn out fuel cells optimised to use that at about 100% efficiency much of the time. Pem fcs ( needing pure H) will have to have a reformer to clean up the fuel (cwr's won't). If FC EVs take off, then I'm sure cwr will look into FCS for that application ( they already have ev range extender experience with Nissan). All in all, whatever pans out in the future in several different application areas, cwr will exploit the situation. The situation ATM regarding cwr is that it is no longer a microcap and is cash rich, meaning the appeal is growing more to institutional and partner investment, and the role pis play in the share price for example is diminishing. It will experience a few years of positive feedback from areas such as working its way onto more senior markets imv.
shavian: Hi Zeppo. Unquestionably Versarien. The first and so far the only certified producer of high quality Graphene in commercial quantities by the Graphene Council of the USA. Also thoroughly tested and checked by UK’s NPL and GEIC in Manchester and by the appropriate agency in China. Check out the Graphene-enhanced 3D printed underground railway signalling arch from US consulting giant AECOM, Commercial agreement with Global textile manufacturer MAS and up to 40 projects now undergoing testing and negotiation worldwide. Short sellers and day traders have driven the thinly-held share price down below 90p, a raging bargain in my view. Disclosure: I am a long term holder of VRS stock. PS. Beware of uncertified Graphene producers claiming to be the real deal. The unfinalised ISO for Graphene specifies that anything over 10 layers of carbon atoms is really ‘multi-layer graphite’ and should not be called Graphene. This stuff will have lots of valuable uses in lower-tech applications such as coatings and tarmac, but is useless in the higher tech applications in aerospace, battery tech and some textile applications. Very important to DYOR in this space. No advice intended.
etocwen: INSP on the aim, manufacture sealed heating units / boilers. Into green Energy efficiency. They are looking at hydrogen. There share price is having the hell shorted out of it over the last couple of months. High volumes traded.
pierre oreilly: zeppo, they've got a home use chp system which can use many widely available fuels, including those already coming into people's homes. This new one is a stripped down version of the existing one, with all the gubbins for multi-fuel use being stripped out and leaving a half sized and half priced product which can run just on hydrogen. The incredibly commercial aspect of the new one is that it doesn't need pure hydrogen, so can run on dirty stuff often produced as a byproduct. Whether that is niche or not depends on how many companies in the world produce cheap hydrogen (or are prepared to buy it in since it's cheap, being not pure). Nevertheless, that would be a big market to sell into. I'm a bit surprised at the weak share price response - it's another firm step forward and effectively another product to sell which gives free zero co2 heat and electricity in exchange for a waste product. Seems pretty compelling to me for companies in that situation.
cerrito: Given that two shareholders IP Group and Weichai have 40pc between them, good that Mr Griffiths could sell almost 3pc of the company and the share price take it in its stride. Obviously I have no idea why he sold-perhaps he regarded this tranche as the one he bought at 1p in old money in the November 2012 placing.
scrutable: Doosan is surely a name new to >99.9% of UK investors. Doosan's size is difficult to comprehend, but it has 41,000 employees and it's in the Fortune Global 500. . It is one of the chaebols - the great family conglomerates of S Korea and the tenth largest in that very advanced country, almost comprehensive in heavy engineering/industrial scope; power, construction plant (the world's largest supplier of small constructioin machinery), chemical plant, engine building, robotics etc etc. so it's not surprising that global sales are gigantic. Getting one's head round S Korean currency is a struggle. Global Sales in 2018 of KRW181,722,000,000,000 translate into £12,266,000,000 ie £12.266 billion... Not bad for Ceres to get them on side as co developers and a surprise to be so far ahead of the USA and the EU, having built fuel cells for a long time and booked £850,000,000 worth of them in 2018 repeat £850m. I had to rub my eyes, go back and read the RNS three times, to check the number of zeroes, then spend an hour googling Doosan, and checking Wikopedia. Do you know any broker, who has that time to spend today. The company has yet to be appreciated in the City Consequently, the Stock market's reaction was muted. Ceres has shifted gear with its commercialisation. Expect the sales, of licences, engineering services, and Horsham built SOFCs to rise sharply in 2020, and royalties from October 2019 as the new Japanese MIura 4.2Kw commercial boilers are installed. Cummins who have been collaborators with Ceres for several years, have yet to commercialise SOFCs to replace their global share of the diesel generator business. They have intended to use FCs to power Radio masts and other off grid users of power, but now seem to be leaning Trump- like towards an all-American solution through Microsoft and Fuel- Cell Inc. When serious competition develops, Ceres' vision of a FC structure which is simple to mass produce - hence their unique Steel Cell, may become decisive. The highly exprienced Doosan, have tacitly endorsed the supremacy of the Ceres Steel Cell by choosing to co-develop with Ceres. This share price can only strengthen as awareness and understanding increases in the City, whilst Bosch and Weichai go commercial with their licenced manufacturing, next year and revenue accelerates exponentially..
gimmethefax: Liberum Capital brokerage gives CWR price target of 300p and a 'BUY' rating
lukmanpatel: Another troll by the username lsehotdealz haha, share price is stagnant and there’s talks of fundraise at 10p on that board lol desperation has lead to going round posting on different board to prevent share price from dropping, usually ud stay quiet and average down and accumulate if you see huge potential lmaoo he’s spamming all the boards and a newly registered today as a member lol
scrutable: The dropping share price, without visible cause always worries the small,investor. He tends to see smoke and to associate it with an unseen fire. So sells. The current erosion of value comes from a large holder deciding to lighten their prortfolio and has nothing at all to do with difficulties at the company. It is tiresome that the company is so well catered for with cash at bank that it can be relatively unconcerned with morale building updates. Let us write to Phil Caldwell. I noticed that Dan Caesar their IR man was no longer working at Ceres. Has he been replaced or do they think that PR is irrelevant to a prosperous developer? Anyhow the share price drop makes it Bargain Time for the worlds leading stationary power cell, and the Weichai deal should make the Steel Cell look as relevant to the EV industry as it would seem to most investors..
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